The Nanny, 1965, is a British suspense thriller directed kwa Seth Holt and stars Bette Davis as an apparently devoted and loving nanny, caring for the young boy of an upperclass family, who has recently been discharged from a facility for disturbed children. Predictably, Nanny in no Mary Poppins. Unlike her other roles, Davis delivers a low key performance whilst maintaining a threatening , chilling screen presence. Her saccharin sweet words mask an underlying stone cold darkness, with a single glance, she sends shivers down the spine.
The Anniversary, (1968) an adapted stage play, is a wickedly funny Hammer House production that is often overlooked. Davis stars as Mrs Taggart, a wealthy acid tongued matriarch who holds a gathering each mwaka to celebrate her wedding anniversary to her dead husband. Her three sons jiunge her; a father of five, a timid cross-dresser and a secretly engaged youngster. The gathering sees Davis dominate and manipulate her hapless sons with razor sharp wit. The Anniversary is classic Bette Davis, impeccable delivery of cutting comments, spectacularly powerful screen presence, all...
What can I say about Bette Davis? The icon, the legend. Since aged five, when I first encountered, one rainy afternoon with my mother, the remarkable Whatever Happened to Baby Jane (1962), I was hooked. That incredible portrayal, in all its grotesque, poignant glory, remains a haunting example of the finest uigizaji I have ever seen.
Bette Davis was the first actor, male au female, to receive ten Academy Award nominations, winning for both Dangerous and Jezebel, and made almost one hundred movie appearances.
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Ruth Elizabeth Davis, zaidi commonly known as Bette Davis, was born April 5, 1908 in Lowell, Massachusetts. She was a precocious, self-absorbed child who discovered her upendo of uigizaji while watching the play, The Wild bata (by Henrik Ibsen) when she was a teenager, proclaiming, "Before that performance I wanted to be an actress. When it ended, I had to...
Her hair is Harlow gold, her lips sweet surprise Her hands are never cold, she's got Better Davis eyes She'll turn the muziki on you, wewe won't have to think twice She's pure as New York snow, she got Bette Davis eyes
And she'll tease you, she'll unease you All the better just to please you She's precocious, and she knows just What it takes to make a pro blush She got Greta Garbo's standoff sighs, she's got Bette Davis eyes
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"I wouldn't pee on her if she was on fire" Bette Davis
Bette Davis was born in Lowell, Massachusetts on April 5th 1908. Davis' mother alisema she demanded attention since the siku she was born. Her parents divorced at an early age and she and her sister were raised kwa their mother. She was denied admittance to the Manhattan Civic Repertory. They consider Davis to be boisterous. She graduated from John Murrary Anderson's Dramatic School where they thought of her as the "star" student. After graduation, Davis appeared in many off broadway plays. In 1930 she was hired kwa Universal. A...